How ERR are Transforming Learning to Tackle the UK Skills Shortage

ERR took two golds for Best Simulation or Virtual Environment and Best E-learning Project - Private Sector, as well as a collection of silver and bronze trophies for Team of the Year and Best Blended Learning. In this case study, we explore how they did it and what we can learn from them.

ERR (Engineering Real Results) are market leaders in vocational education, training over 6,000 students each year in a variety of trade skills. They are known for providing high quality training, leading to nationally recognised qualifications. Their student base is apprentices and adult returnees.

Analysis by the Royal Academy of Engineering suggests Britain will need more than a million new engineers and technicians by 2020 – which will require double the current number of annual engineering graduates and apprentices. Without them, any chance of riding on the coat-tails of an infrastructure-led economic revival appears to be wishful thinking. In the UK, it is clear that we have a real skills shortage within the building and construction industry. 

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